These French Georgian rose-cut Diamond drop earrings define tradition and sophistication!
1.25cts of graduating rose-cut Diamonds fall sweetly like a waterfall from the ear... each hand cut, injecting a characterful personality and charm from each Diamond. Crafted with Georgian excellence, these rare and collectible rose-cut Diamonds sparkle in classic "pie crust" settings for a simple and elegantly detailed flourish.
With chunky settings crafted from heavily patinated Sterling Silver, this pair ooze gothic glamour! Complete with French hallmarks making them even more desirable!
ERA: French Georgian, c.1800-1820.
MEASUREMENTS: Earrings are 33mm long, including ear hooks.
Earring drops are 17.5mm long.
Earring drop graduates from 4mm to 8mm wide.
Diamonds graduate from 2.2mm in diameter to 4mm in diameter.
Total Diamond carat weight approx 1.25ct.*
*Please note the unique and irregular shape of Rose-cut Diamonds prohibit their accurate carat weight assessment. Carat weights provided are estimates only and based on the carat spread of equivalent sized modern round brilliant-cut Diamonds.
MATERIALS: Sterling Silver, 18ct Gold, rose-cut Diamonds.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: French Makers marks on the bale of both drops.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
VERY GOOD: These French Georgian rose-cut Diamond drop earrings are in excellent condition. Each of her beautifully hand-cut antique Diamonds are securely held within each of her Georgian settings, which have accrued a gothic patina making them all the more fiery angst their dark settings! The 18ct Gold hooks are a later addition, but the earrings themselves are guaranteed French antique origin due to the French marks on the hasps. The hooks could possibly date to the Victorian era, and pair perfectly with the earring drop itself.
The 18ct Gold backs are slightly rubbed but still compliment the Silver well with it's typical bi-colour duo. This magical Georgian Diamond earrings are a true window into the craftsmanship of a bygone era.